Vehicles Affected: Approximately 14,100 model-year 2018 Porsche Panamera, Panamera Hybrid, Panamera 4 Executive, Panamera 4 Hybrid Executive, Panamera 4 Hybrid Sport Turismo, Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo, Panamera Turbo S Hybrid Executive, Panamera Turbo S Hybrid, Panamera 4 Sport Turismo and Panamera Turbo S Hybrid Sport Turismo hatchbacks; model-year 2017-18 Panamera, Panamera 4, Panamera Turbo Executive, Panamera 4S, Panamera Turbo and Panamera 4S Executive SUVs; and model-year 2019 Cayenne S and Cayenne SUVs
The Problem: The instrument cluster may not provide a visual warning when the brake pads are worn out, which could cause the driver to lose control while attempting to brake, increasing the risk of crash.
The Fix: Dealers will update the instrument cluster software for free.
What Owners Should Do: Porsche will begin notifying owners April 21. Owners can call the automaker at 800-767-7243, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s vehicle-safety hotline at 888-327-4236 or visit its website to check their vehicle identification number and learn more.
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